South London NHS Trusts pay Serco £15 million after they lose pathology service bid

Two South London hospitals have been forced to pay £15 million to a private company after it lost the bid to supply their pathology services. Serco’s annual accounts revealed a £15 million payout from King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in May 2020.

  

Rugby players raising £30,000 for cancer charity in 80 mile non-stop walk starting in Lambeth

Rugby players are planning to make a gruelling 80 mile trek from South London to Portsmouth to raise money for cancer – in 32 hours. On the morning of May 29, 63 brave walkers will set off from Guy’s Hospital Cancer Care Centre and are hoping to arrive at Portsmouth Rugby Club by the following evening.

 

Your latest 52-page South London Press – out tomorrow!

Your latest 52-page South London Press – out tomorrow! Thousands of tenants who have been paying hundreds of pounds over the odds for their water bills are celebrating after hearing. 10 pages of South London sport, including reports and reaction as Charlton stayed in the League One play-off hunt. All that plus much more…

  

Family plead for Bexley teenager to come home

The family of a 14-year-old girl who went missing three weeks ago have appealed to her to get in touch. Renae Goode-Garrett, from Bexley, did not go back to school after the Easter break and walked out of her house on April 14, without telling anyone where she was going.

 

Labour Mayoral candidate confirmed as favourite to win despite late surge of support for Tory rival

With Londoners set to head to the polls tomorrow (May 6) to vote for the next Mayor of London, candidates today had one final chance to get their messages across to voters. The final opinion polls ahead of the election confirmed Sadiq Khan as the favourite in the race despite a late surge of support for his Conservative rival Shaun Bailey.

 

Sadiq Khan says he’s hopeful for a victory as Londoners get ready to head to the polls tomorrow

Sadiq Khan has said he is hopeful that a victory in tomorrow’s mayoral election would give him “the right mandate” to negotiate with the Government. The current Mayor of London was in Waltham Forest today for the final day of campaigning before Londoners head to the polls tomorrow.

  

Lambeth Council approves plans to pay back tenants up to £26.55 million for overcharged water bills

Lambeth Council has approved plans to pay back tenants up to £26.55 million for overcharged water bills. About 23,000 current tenants and more than 12,000 former tenants could benefit. Last October the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from Kingston Council after it was ruled to have overcharged tenants when supplying water.  

More top stories

  

Extinction Rebellion stage one-person roadblocks to urge government to address climate crisis

Extinction Rebellion (XR) protesters in despair took to the streets to stage one-person roadblocks in an attempt to get the government to address the climate crisis. XR Lambeth blocked roads across Brixton and Clapham, while XR Wandsworth members took to Sloane Square in Chelsea and other parts of Central London on May 1.

  

Clubber jailed for leaving fellow partygoer with a fractured skull and bleed on brain after one punch

A clubber who left another partygoer unconscious, a fractured skull and a bleed on his brain with only one punch, has been jailed for six and a half years. Bertrand Sisk, 28, attacked another man outside Pure nightclub in Bexleyheath on December 1, 2019.

   

Six-year-old boy who raised more than £1.5 million for a children’s hospital raises another £76K

A six-year-old who raised more than £1.5m last year for Evelina London Children’s Hospital, has raised another £76,000 by taking part in the Captain Tom 100 challenge. Tony Hudgell set out to walk 100 steps on his prosthetic legs without the aid of his crutches – he smashed his target and walked more than 500 steps.

  

Mother of Ella Kissi-Debrah writes to Prime Minister in a bid to ‘spare other families from the heartache’

The mother of a Lewisham nine-year-old who died as a result of air pollution has written to the Prime Minister in a bid to ‘spare other families from the heartache’ she’s suffered. Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah has written a letter to Boris Johnson ahead of the State Opening of Parliament on May 11 to urge him to prioritise air pollution management in the government’s new legislative agenda.

  

Former Charlton boss Karl Robinson has his say as Oxford look to pounce on final play-off spot

Former Charlton manager Karl Robinson insists Oxford United will only be focusing on their result on Sunday – as the League One play-off race reaches the finish line.

  

Portsmouth boss Danny Cowley – Charlton’s play-off rivals – has message ahead of Sunday’s decisive round of matches

Portsmouth manager Danny Cowley has urged his side to take their opportunity on Sunday and obtain a play-off spot – as Charlton hope that they slip up and open the door in League One.

  

Charlton Athletic midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey suffers ACL damage

Jake Forster-Caskey’s season is over after the Charlton Athletic midfielder suffered an ACL injury during Tuesday’s game against Lincoln City.

  

Catford Wanderers Tennis Club round-up: Ladies second team open season with draw

Catford Wanderers’ ladies second team opened their season with a home draw against Wickham Park.

  

Beckenham CCC unable to surpass Sutton’s big total

Beckenham returned to Foxgrove for the first time this season to take on Sutton, a very old fixture for the club, on a bright, but still cool day.

  

Joshua Buatsi’s next opponent revealed – as Croydon fighter returns in Manchester on May 15

Joshua Buatsi continues his push for a world title fight when he faces Daniel Blenda Dos Santos, a fellow unbeaten contender, for the WBA International light-heavyweight title on May 15 in Manchester.

  

AFC Wimbledon boss reveals why there is a “tinge” of disappointment at finish to season

AFC Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson has revealed his team’s target went above and beyond simply securing survival.

  

Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: Arkell and Weir shine at SLAN meeting

Freddie Arkell and Ellen Weir were the star turns as more than 50 Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club competitors were in action at the SLAN meeting.

  

Charlton Athletic boss Nigel Adkins asked about transfer window recruitment process

Nigel Adkins is set to get involved in Charlton’s transfer process once a list of targets have been drawn up by the club’s recruitment team.

  

Albie Morgan shows he can be trusted by Charlton boss Adkins – as Steve Avory provides insight into midfielder’s game

In his latest column, Benjy Nurick sits down with Charlton academy manager Steve Avory to discuss the rise of Albie Morgan while analysing his game and how it’s changed over the years in the wake of an impressive performance against Lincoln.

Education

  

Sidcup private school to cover fees for children of NHS key workers

A private school in Sidcup is set to start a new scheme to help children of key workers by covering school fees. Merton Court Preparatory School is offering the children of NHS key workers the chance to apply for a full fees bursary at the school. Applications are now open to frontline NHS key workers’ children who will be eight years old by August 31, 2021. 

  

Lewisham Catholic school may close because of falling pupil numbers and lack of funds

A Lewisham primary school is facing closure because of low student numbers and money problems. Public consultation began on Monday, April 19 on the plan to close St Mary Magdalen’s School in Brockley.

  

Disadvantaged kids in Lambeth hit by government’s “stealth cuts” to education funding

Lambeth schools will miss out on £680,000 of funding for disadvantaged kids after the government has changed the pupil premium policy. Schools receive £1,345 for every primary age pupil or £955 for every secondary age pupil who claim free school meals to help them with their progress and improve their exam results.

  

Protest planned after a teacher of twenty years faces dismissal for raising health and safety concerns

Teachers at The John Roan School in Greenwich will be on strike tomorrow to defend a teacher of 20 years who is being faced with dismissal. National Education Union (NEU) representative, Kirstie Paton, is facing dismissal at a disciplinary hearing the next day, on April 30, for speaking out about health and safety in schools.  

Opinions

  

In My View: Bell Ribeiro-Addy, MP for Streatham

Their Windrush Compensation Scheme has become a scandal in itself, criticised from all corners for its slow speed, complex documentation process and the high burden of proof it places on often elderly victims. Two years since it opened, less than a quarter of those who have applied for compensation have received any, and less than one per cent of the £500million set aside for victims has been paid out

  

In My View: Vicky Foxcroft, MP for Lewisham Deptford

The creative sector has been hit hard over the last year by the consequences of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic. While I welcomed the Government’s much-touted £1.57billion Cultural Recovery Fund, it was too little too late for some venues, and many creative workers – particularly freelancers – will not benefit from it.

  

In My View: Marsha de Cordova, MP for Battersea

After months of delay, last week finally saw the publication of the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, established by the Prime Minister in July 2020 after the Black Lives Matter movement. From the minute Boris Johnson hired Tony Sewell to be the Chair of the Commission, I suspected the Government might not be serious about addressing racial inequalities.

  

In My View: Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich and West Norwood

The Everyone’s Invited campaign was set up last June to campaign against a culture of misogyny, harassment, sexual abuse and sexual assault amongst young people. More than 13,000 people, mainly young women and girls have now anonymously shared their experiences on the campaign’s website.

Food & Drink

  

Freshness is the secret at London Smoke & Cure

Streatham has become something of a foodie hub in the past few years. It’s home to great bakers and other small independent producers.

  

Enjoy the atmosphere of a family run pub at The Conquering Hero, Beulah Hill

The second week of pub gardens opening and it has been as tricky as ever to get a table. On something like my seventh attempt at booking one, I managed to secure a seat in the pleasant outdoors of The Conquering Hero in Beulah Hill.

  

Lebanese street food company could become next Kebab King or Queen

A Lebanese street food company is on the shortlist to become the next Kebab King or Queen. BEYRoots have joined five other street vendors from across the UK in Quorn Foods’ new street food competition, which sees each entrant create a unique dish from Quorn’s new “Makes Amazing” range.

  

Enjoy a taste of the Carribean at Limin’ Beach Club

It’s quite fitting that the at home food range from restaurant Limin’ Beach Club is called Saga Boy Foods, given that this is yet another chapter in owner Sham Mahabir’s ongoing saga.

Entertainment

   

Win a night at Zippos Circus! Zippos Circus is coming to Blackheath Common

Win a night at Zippos Circus Blackheath Common! Five sets of VIP Ringside Family Tickets, for two adults and two children, plus free popcorn and candyfloss are up for grabs.

  

Show your appreciation for your local hospice and walk with St Christopher’s this September

Anne is asking her local community to put on their comfortable shoes and show their support for the work of the hospice during the pandemic by joining her at St Christopher’s sponsored Fun Walk at Keston Common, Bromley, on 19 September 2021

  

Musicians perform their hits giving a boost to training scheme and inspiring 16-24-year-olds

Some of London’s biggest names in chart music performed their greatest hits to give a boost to a training scheme for young people.

  

Charity to take part in Dulwich Festival with artists and dancers

Bell House, a charity for wider learning, is taking part in the Dulwich Festival this May with a Sculpture Park in the gardens with 11 artists and three dancers exhibiting.

  

Vocalist Jordan Rakei performing at WOMAD festival

Performing at WOMAD for the first time is vocalist Jordan Rakei. Since moving to the UK five years ago he has earned praise for his diverse and powerfully emotive sound incorporating elements of R’n’B, jazz, funk, and soul.

  

Entertainment industry in South London receives Government funding

Independent Cinemas, theatres, museums and music charities across South London have received almost £20million from the Government to help keep businesses alive as lockdown restrictions ease.

Theatre

  

A top night of starry theatre

Christopher Walker reviews the Young Vic’s production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof now streaming.

  

Just when you think your life is over

What would you do if you were told you had four years to live? This is the question faced by Michael Spencer, the main character of Jack Holden’s new play Cruise, when he and his partner are diagnosed with HIV in 1984, writes Alexandra Warren.

  

Oily Cart theatre director wins international award

The artistic director of Oily Cart, a Wandsworth-based theatre company, has won a international award for her outstanding achievements and contributions to theatre for young audiences.

What's On

  

Lewisham and Greenwich Hospital choir to perform with P!nk and Rag’n’Bone Man at the BRIT Awards

Lewisham and Greenwich Hospital choir to perform with music superstars at this year’s BRIT Awards. The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir will perform with singers P!nk and Rag’n’Bone Man at the awards show on Tuesday, May 11.

  

‘People had to stand up for themselves’

The 1981 Brixton riots had a huge impact on Britain – changing views on identity, racism and culture. But why did they happen, and what is their legacy?

  

Tate Modern to celebrate avantgarde artist in exhibition in July

An exhibition celebrating the work of one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century avant-garde movement is to open at the Tate Modern in July.

  

Comedians to perform fundraising event with Reclaim These Streets and Rosa UK

Comedians Suzi Ruffell, Sophie Duker, Fern Brady and Olga Koch are coming together to perform a fundraising gig on May 17 with Reclaim These Streets and Rosa UK.

Best of South London

  

Crystal Palace Football Club donate £1,000 to create cooking classes for homeless people

A premier league football club are donating £1,000 to create cooking classes for homeless people. Crystal Palace F.C. and it’s charitable arm, the Palace for Life Foundation, are working with leading London charity Evolve Housing + Support to launch a 12-week cooking course for homeless people in Croydon.

  

Locals praise hero who entered a burning pub and rescued the unconscious barman

Locals have praised the hero who entered a burning pub and rescued his unconscious neighbour, the pub’s barman, Asa Holmes. Michael Goldberg who lives off Dartmouth Road and close to the The Bird in Hand pub, with his wife Sharon Vardi, described Joe O’Rourke, a gravedigger who works at Camberwell New Cemetery, as a “true hero”.

  

Mother gives more than £10,000 in thank you gifts to hospital staff after they saved her son and nan

A family has given more than £10,000 in thank you gifts to hospital staff after they saved the lives of two of them at Christmas. Georgie Theobald, from Denmark Hill, Camberwell, has put a smile on thousands of faces at King’s College Hospital because staff helped save the life of her grandmother and her son.

Pets

  

Cats are very sensitive to changes

Changes in our lifestyle and situations that seem to be beyond our control all contribute towards feeling stressed. The same is true for our pets – and particularly cats – who can be highly sensitive to changes in their lives

  

Pets can be affected by allergies too

We are all too aware of these common allergy symptoms in humans, particularly now as we enter hay fever season – but did you know that some pets can suffer from allergies too?

  

Beloved pet cat found dead near where a cat and kitten were shot with airgun pellets

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a beloved cat was found dead in suspicious circumstances, near where two were also shot with airgun pellets. Eight-year-old Leo’s body was discovered by members of the public who reported it to their owner who had been desperately looking for him.

South London Memories

  

This week 10, 20, 30 years ago

Riot police launched raids on squats across the capital on the eve of the Royal Wedding. Vanloads of cops swooped on at least three squats in Camberwell yesterday morning ahead of the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

  

Boys’ club allowed boys to be just that – boys

The 1970s were seemingly more innocent days, when the most highly-publicised violence happened in the relatively confined space of the football terraces. The police were above reproach and the children of the Windrush generation were only just starting to discover they were young, gifted and black. Here is the story of youth worker, TIM WAKELEY and his three years helping create the Lewisham Boys’ Club – and one of its most gifted graduates, Frank Wallen.

  

Frank was a wrestling giant

Dave “Butcher” Bond was born Frank Wallen on June 27, 1954. Even before his life would take him to international fame in the wresting ring, Dave was a successful sportsman – coaching rugby, football, cricket or even judo, and mastered every level.

  

Peter was ‘an inspirational leader’

A former headteacher who led Millwall’s community scheme has died. Peter Walsh was headteacher of Forest Hill School (FHS) and a long-Serving trustee and chairman of Millwall Community Trust.

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Millwall

  

Millwall striker Tom Bradshaw gives his reaction to ending lengthy spell off the scoresheet

Tom Bradshaw says it was a “great feeling” to finally get back on the scoresheet. The striker netted his first goal in 2021 as Millwall defeated Bristol City 4-1 at The Den on Saturday.

  

Millwall midfielder Mitchell reveals how his “strange” goal celebration came about

Billy Mitchell has explained his goal celebration in Saturday’s 4-1 thrashing of Bristol City. The Lions midfielder, 20, recently penned a contract extension and got on the scoresheet for the first time at senior level in an emphatic victory at The Den.

  

Millwall keep showing signs they can be Championship play-off challengers next season

Alex Grace is optimistic that Millwall can bridge the gap to the Championship top six next season, citing the impressive displays against Watford and Bristol City as proof that extensive rebuilding is not required.

  

“I know what we need” – Millwall boss Rowett confident of what transfer business needs to take place

Gary Rowett knows what he needs in this summer’s transfer market to put Millwall in a position to challenge for a place in the Championship’s top six next season.

Charlton Athletic

  

Former Charlton boss Karl Robinson has his say as Oxford look to pounce on final play-off spot

Former Charlton manager Karl Robinson insists Oxford United will only be focusing on their result on Sunday – as the League One play-off race reaches the finish line.

  

Portsmouth boss Danny Cowley – Charlton’s play-off rivals – has message ahead of Sunday’s decisive round of matches

Portsmouth manager Danny Cowley has urged his side to take their opportunity on Sunday and obtain a play-off spot – as Charlton hope that they slip up and open the door in League One.

  

Charlton Athletic midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey suffers ACL damage

Jake Forster-Caskey’s season is over after the Charlton Athletic midfielder suffered an ACL injury during Tuesday’s game against Lincoln City.

  

Charlton Athletic boss Nigel Adkins asked about transfer window recruitment process

Nigel Adkins is set to get involved in Charlton’s transfer process once a list of targets have been drawn up by the club’s recruitment team.

Crystal Palace

   

Women’s football: Charlton head coach wants Leicester title celebrations to be a driving force

Karen Hills wants Leicester City’s title celebrations to be a motivational tool for her Charlton side. The Addicks finished their FA Women’s Championship campaign with a 4-0 loss at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.

  

Crystal Palace docuseries – When Eagles Dare – to air on Amazon Prime Video on June 4

The brand new Crystal Palace Football Club docuseries When Eagles Dare will launch exclusively on Amazon Prime Video worldwide on June 4.

  

Crystal Palace Football Club donate £1,000 to create cooking classes for homeless people

A premier league football club are donating £1,000 to create cooking classes for homeless people. Crystal Palace F.C. and it’s charitable arm, the Palace for Life Foundation, are working with leading London charity Evolve Housing + Support to launch a 12-week cooking course for homeless people in Croydon.

  

Lizzie Waldie slots in winner as Crystal Palace finish seventh in the FA Women’s Championship

Lizzie Waldie’s second-half goal in the closing stages inspired Crystal Palace to a 2-1 win over Lewes at Hayes Lane.

AFC Wimbledon

  

AFC Wimbledon boss reveals why there is a “tinge” of disappointment at finish to season

AFC Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson has revealed his team’s target went above and beyond simply securing survival.

  

AFC Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson determined to sign off in positive fashion at Lincoln

Mark Robinson has challenged his AFC Wimbledon players to leave a “positive mark” when they finish up their 2020-21 campaign at Lincoln City on Sunday.

  

Dons deserved to secure League One safety in style – but Mark Robinson’s outlook means he can’t see it as success

Daniel Marsh gives his verdict on AFC Wimbledon being safe from the drop following their 3-1 loss to Portsmouth. And reckons the Dons can start planning for forward steps under head coach Mark Robinson.

  

Will Nightingale seeking AFC Wimbledon improvement after they clinch League One spot for next season

Will Nightingale is delighted that AFC Wimbledon are staying up – but insists there is work to be done to improve for next season.

Dulwich Hamlet

   

Ibra Sekajja: My debut goal – that kept Crystal Palace up – is still the highlight of my football career

Ibra Sekajja was so certain he would score on his Crystal Palace debut that he meticulously planned his celebration and then informed members of the first team how the occasion would pan out.

  

Women’s football: Dulwich Hamlet sign West Ham keeper on loan

Dulwich Hamlet have signed West Ham goalkeeper Mia North on loan. The 19-year-old goalkeeper is on the academy books of the FA Women’s Super League outfit. North was previously at Yeovil Town Ladies, and has also featured with the Wales U19 set-up.

  

Dulwich Hamlet Women land Exeter midfielder and Dons full-back

Dulwich Hamlet have signed Exeter midfielder Daniella Tyson and AFC Wimbledon defender Liz Berkeley.

  

“Gobsmacked” – Dulwich Hamlet chairman Ben Clasper on National League sanctions

Dulwich Hamlet chairman Ben Clasper has described himself as “gobsmacked” at their £8,000 fine and suspended points deduction from the National League.

Chelsea

  

Werner and Mount put Chelsea into the Champions League final, scoring the goals that beat Real Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge

Timo Werner and Mason Mount have propelled Chelsea into the Champions League final after scoring the goals that overcame a dour Real Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge tonight.

Having drawn 1-1 in Madrid last week, the west Londoners could and should have won by a greater margin such was their dominance.

  

Kerr brace puts Chelsea one game away from retaining WSL title after 2-0 win away to Spurs

Chelsea, thanks to Sam Kerr, are 90 minutes away from retaining their WSL title after the Blues saw off a well-drilled but inferior Spurs  2-0 at The Hive this evening.

The striker smashed home her brace either side of half-time as dogged Spurs ultimately failed to hold back a tide of Blue shirts.

  

Kirby double seals Champions League final for Chelsea after 4-1 victory over Bayern Munich

Fran Kirby struck twice as Chelsea overcame a  2-1 first leg deficit to beat Bayern Munich 4-1 at Kingsmeadow to create history by putting the west Londoners into the Champions League final beating Bayern Munich 4-1 to make it 5-3 on aggregate.

  

Chelsea on course for double Champions League final appearances and creating club history

Chelsea men’s and women’s side have a great chance to reach their respective Champions League finals and create club history.

Fulham

  

Fulham skipper Joachim Andersen: Goals we conceded at Chelsea were too easy

Fulham captain Joachim Andersen was disappointed with the defending for both of Chelsea’s goals. The 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge leaves the Whites 18th in the Premier League standings, nine points off safety with just four games remaining.

  

Scott Parker refusing to write Fulham off despite Chelsea loss deepening the drop gloom

Scott Parker is adamant Fulham can still stay up despite losing 2-0 against Chelsea on Saturday. The result leaves the Whites 18th – nine points off safety with four games remaining.

  

Former Fulham keeper loved his Cottage stay – despite making just one appearance

Pascal Zuberbuhler has nothing but fond memories of his time at Fulham, despite only playing one game in three seasons as he deputised for Mark Schwarzer.

  

Fulham captain Joachim Andersen praises their defensive display at Arsenal

Fulham centre back Joachim Andersen praised his side’s “unbelievable” defending in their 1-1 draw against Arsenal on Sunday.

QPR

  

QPR assistant boss hoping former Charlton striker can have greater impact next season

John Eustace hopes Macauley Bonne can kick on at Queens Park Rangers next year as he puts a frustrating campaign behind him. 

  

QPR defender earns praise after bagging his first league goal for club in 2-0 win at Stoke City

John Eustace has hailed Osman Kakay after the defender grabbed his first league goal for Queens Park Rangers in their 2-0 win away to Stoke City.

  

Mark Warburton refuses to answer why goalkeeper Joe Lumley was left out of QPR squad for Norwich match

Mark Warburton would not be drawn into why Joe Lumley was left out of the squad for Queens Park Rangers’ 3-1 defeat at home to Norwich City.

  

“There is no-one who doesn’t make a mistake” – QPR boss defends Seny Dieng after error in Norwich defeat

Seny Dieng has received his manager’s full backing following an uncharacteristic error in Queens Park Rangers’ 3-1 defeat at home to Norwich City. 

Boxing

  

Joshua Buatsi’s next opponent revealed – as Croydon fighter returns in Manchester on May 15

Joshua Buatsi continues his push for a world title fight when he faces Daniel Blenda Dos Santos, a fellow unbeaten contender, for the WBA International light-heavyweight title on May 15 in Manchester.

  

Croydon’s Sunny Edwards aiming to keep fighting top level opposition after boxing masterclass to win IBF world title

Sunny ‘Showtime’ Edwards has vowed to reign at world title level after outboxing Moruti Mthalane to win the IBF flyweight title.

  

Craig Richards rues respectful start against Dmitry Bivol in WBA world title defeat

Craig ‘Spider’ Richards felt a slow start proved his undoing as he came up short in his WBA light-heavyweight title challenge on Saturday.

  

Craig Richards gains – even in defeat – as he pushes WBA world light-heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol

Crystal Palace light-heavyweight Craig Richards was unsuccessful in his WBA world title challenge as he lost a unanimous decision to Dmitry Bivol in Manchester tonight.

More Sport

  

Catford Wanderers Tennis Club round-up: Ladies second team open season with draw

Catford Wanderers’ ladies second team opened their season with a home draw against Wickham Park.

  

Beckenham CCC unable to surpass Sutton’s big total

Beckenham returned to Foxgrove for the first time this season to take on Sutton, a very old fixture for the club, on a bright, but still cool day.

  

Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: Arkell and Weir shine at SLAN meeting

Freddie Arkell and Ellen Weir were the star turns as more than 50 Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club competitors were in action at the SLAN meeting.